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Σάββατο, 20 Αυγούστου 2016

Assad..Baath, Hezbollah





Μήπως πρόκειται για παρεξήγηση; και κάποιοι τους τον έμαθαν τον χαιρετισμό σαν χαιρετισμό στον "θεό ήλιο";;
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 Syrian Nazi Alawite´s demonstrate for their "Führer" Bashar al-Assad






Fascist Baath
Encyclopedia of the Developing World: Index - Thomas M. Leonard - 2006 - Social Science - 1759 pages
... Pan-Arabism with an emphasis on socialism incorporating ideas from Italian fascism. Ba'ath ideology..
http://books.google.com/books?id=3mE04D9PMpAC&pg=PA71

Fascism: Past, Present, Future, p. 162, Walter Laqueur - Oxford University Press, 1997 (272 pages)
Since then, conditions have changed, and fascism outside Europe has become a possibility and, in some cases, a reality. The Iraqi and the Syrian regimes have pronounced fascist features, even though they are secular rather than clerical in inspiration, and are ruled by politically ambitious officers rather than religious dignitaries... Both the Iraqi and the Syrian leadership belongs to the Ba'th Party, an elitist, pan-Arabist group that arose in the 1930s partly as a result of the rise of fascism in Europe.

The Nazi Fascist supremacist SSNP
The SSNP, founded by Antun Saada in 1932 and modeled after the Nazi and Fascist parties of Germany and Italy, is the most vicious and sinister of all Lebanon's parties, more so even than Hezbollah. Last week seven members were arrested by Lebanese police and several truckloads of weapons and explosives were captured. Ali Qanso, the party leader, defensively said “we are a resistance force, and we use different methods of resisting, among which is using explosives.” If the Syrians use Lebanese proxies to carry out bombings and assassinations, the SSNP are most likely the culprits.
(Johns Hopkins Professor Fouad Ajami, who grew up as a Shia in South Lebanon, wrote about Saada and the SSNP at length in his masterful Dream Palace of the Arabs.)

Shofar FTP Archives: people/s/stav.arie/Arabs-and-Mazism
As soon as Hitler rose to power, parties that imitated National Socialism were founded in Arab countries, like the Social-Nationalist Party in Syria led by Anton Sa'ada, who openly and enthusiastically copied the Nazis. Sa'ada, who styled himself as the Fuhrer of the Syrian nation, stated in the party platform that the Syrians were the superior race by their very nature. Hitler
was "Islamicized" and known by his new name Abu Ali (in Egypt, for some
reason, it was Muhammed Haidar). Egyptian followers even "found" the house in
which Hitler's mother wasborn in Tanta, Egypt and the place became a pilgrimage site...
http://www.nizkor.org/ftp.cgi/ftp.py?people/s/stav.arie/Arabs-and-Nazism

The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism: Adolf Hitler and Haj Amin Al-Husseini  - Page 29
 books.google.com
Chuck Morse - 2003 - 186 pages - Preview
Anton Saada, referred to as the Fuhrer of the Syrian Nation by his followers, was head of the "Hisb-el-qaumi-el-suri," the Social Nationalist Party (PPS) of Syria established in Damascus. 

A Lebanese branch of the PPS would later give rise to various fascist style Muslim militias and organizations, which would clash in the 1975 Lebanon Civil War as Lebanon disintegrated into warring Muslim and Christian Phalangist militias which also maintained fascist bona fides.
A PPS branch, directed from Syria, had been previously implicated in the assassination of the Christian Lebanese President Pierre Gamayel in 1958. The PPS of Anton Saada proclaimed in its party platform "Syrians were the superior race by their very nature."
http://books.google.com/books?id=HGkthBwbNg8C&pg=PA29
THE GRAND MUFTI OF JERUSALEM AND THE NAZIFICATION OF THE ARAB WORLD
[...] The Social Nationalist Party would be established in Damascus around this time as well and would be headed by Anton Saada, known as the Syrian Fuhrer.
Lebanon: current issues and background - Page 192
 books.google.com
John C. Rolland - Nova Publishers, 2003 - 235 pages - Google eBook - Preview
The Syrian Socialist Nationalist Party (SSNP) The SSNP was established in Lebanon in the 1930s by Antun Saadah who hoped to unite the Levantine nations and form a "Greater Syria." [...] its red hurricane symbol was modeled after the Nazi swastika. The SSNP has a long history of terrorism and subversion in Lebanon

Nazism in Syria and Lebanon: the ambivalence of the German option, 1933-1945  - Page 45 - Götz Nordbruch - Taylor & Francis, 2009 - 209 pages - Google eBook - Preview
Sa'ada's stance mirrored the ambivalences of nationalist approaches to Nazism during these early years of Nazi rule.

Greater Syria: The History of an Ambition - Page 101 - Daniel Pipes - 1992 - 256 pages - Google eBook - Preview
Party rituals imitated the Fascists in many details, from the Hitler-like salute and the anthem set to "Deutschland, Deutschland iiber alles," to the party symbol, a curved swastika called the red hurricane [zawba'a).

origine du conflit
En Syrie:
Le Parti Social Nationaliste mené par Anton Saada, mieux connu comme le führer Syrien.
Le Drapeau de SAADA
http://aval31.free.fr/texteracines/1937.htm


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